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Updated: 9-July 2019

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Thank you for all your support.

This site is dedicated to Skate Corral -- 1973-2005.
We will miss you and thanks for 31 years!

In memoriam: Great Skates Fun Center, Lafayette, Indiana (1999..2013).
I had the pleasure of skating at this rink from 2008 to 2011, and it is sad to
see this wonderful rink go. Great Skates will be missed... :-(

This site is also dedicated to the memory of David R. Zinkin --
17-Nov 1970 to 13-Aug 2008. David was what helped inspire me to keep
this website running, and he was a good friend and tape trading partner
during the 3 1/2 years my game show trading post was active. David will be missed. :-(

This site is also dedicated to the memory of Michael Jackson (1958..2009),
dubbed the King of Pop. Jackson was an inspiring musical icon whose many talents,
most notably his musical career, made him a legend in his own time. To this day,
I still enjoy all of the music he had produced over the years, and I am saddened
by his unfortunate death. He will be missed... :,-C

This site is dedicated to the memory of poet lauriate Maya Angelou (4-Apr 1928..28-May 2014).
Her lifelong legacy will never be forgotten -- she will be missed. :-(

This site is dedicated to the memory of Indiana broadcoast icon Robert Glaze aka Cowboy Bob (1942..2016).
Cowboy Bob was well known in the Indianapolis, Indiana area on WTTV-4's Cowboy Bob's Corral from 1970..1986.
I had the unique pleasure of meeting Cowboy Bob in 1988 in Vincennes, Indiana while I was on an on-campus
visit to Vincennes University, which I am been a proud alumnus of since 1993. Cowboy Bob will be missed... :,-C

This site is dedicated to the memory of Adam West (1928..2017). Adam West was best known as the
distinctive voice of Batman in the 1966-68 series of the same name, as well as 1976's New Adventures of Batman,
and Batman in Challenge of the Superfriends from 1984 onwards... Adam West will be missed. :-(

In loving memory -- Glen Campbell, Country / Pop music legend (1936..2017)

In Loving memory -- Monty Hall (1921..2017), famous for "Let's Make a Deal",
passed away 1-Oct 2017 at the age of 96. He will be missed. :,-C

This site is dedicated to the legendary Jim Nabors, who passed away 30-Nov 2017. He was 87.
Jim Nabors was best known as Gomer Pyle on the Andy Griffith show and its spin-off series,
Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C. Jim Nabors is also known as a legendary icon at the Indianapolis 500
for his traditional rendition of Indiana's state song Back Home Again from 1972 to 2014.
Jim Nabors had a wonderful singing voice, and he will be missed. :-(

In memorium -- Stan Lee (1922..2018), comic book legend, famous for Spider Man, The Incredible Hulk, The Fantastic Four, and other Marvel publications... :-(

It is with great sadness to announce the passing of country guitar virtuoso, Roy Clark (1933..2018).
Roy Clark was a great singer and guitar player, and is best known as the host of Hee Haw from 1968 to 1993,
and also for his most famous hit single "Yesterday, When I was Young", which hit #19 in 1969. Roy Clark will be missed! :,-C

In loving memory: Arte Johnson (1929..2019) -- famous for his appearances on Laugh-In such as Tyrone F. Hornleigh (this character
would make an animated cameo on the short-lived "Baggy Pants and the Nitwits" during the 1977-78 television season, and as "Wolfgang",
the soldier who would scout out the show during its run. Arte Johnson was also the host of "Knockout", a game show on NBC from 1977-78,
and various other acting jobs, including a voiceover for the Snorks. He was also the voice of "Misterjaw" during its short run during the
1977-78 season (his famous phrase was "Gotcha!", an homage to the Jaws franchise, which was popular from 1975 to 1979).
He will be sorely missed! :,-C

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